Siwan


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Siwan is OM PRAKASH YADAV (IND)

Updated Election Results Details of Siwan


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Om Prakash Yadav INDCotVILLAGE+PO- LAHEJI P.S. - M.H. NAGAR SIWAN236194
Hena Shahab RJDHurricane LampVILLAGE+PO - PRATAPPUR P.S. - HUSSAINGANJ SIWAN172764
Amar Nath Yadav CPI(ML)(L)Flag with Three StarsVILLAGE- KABILPURA PO-SAHULI P.S. - M.H. NAGAR SIWAN72988
Brishin Patel JD(U)ArrowVILLAGE- AGWA BLOCK-PATEDHI VELSAR P.S. - VAISHALI VAISHALI43968
Parash Nath Pathak BSPElephantVILLAGE-+PO - HASUA P.S.- NAUTAN SIWAN26940
Rajendra Kumar INDTableVILLAGE+PO -FATEHPUR SHIVAJI NAGAR VARMA NIKETAN ROAD NO.-3 SIWAN18558
Shambhu Nath Prasad INDBatVILLAGE+ PO -CHAINPUR P.S. -CHAINPUR O.P.(SISWAN) SIWAN12132
Vijay Shanker Dubey INCHandVILLAGE+PO - GAYASPUR CIRCLE-SISWAN SIWAN12104
Lal Babu Tiwari RKSPKiteVILLAGE+PO- BHAROULI P.S. -ANDER SIWAN9180
Umesh Tiwary INDCeiling FanVILLAGE-BANGRA SRIKANT PO-DINDAYALPUR P.S.- G.B. NAGAR TARWARA SIWAN8761
Nidhi Kirti INDMaizeVILLAGE- MUBARAKPUR PO- CHAINPUR P.S.-SISWAN SIWAN7026
Aswani Kr. Verma IJPRailway EngineVILLAGE - PAHARPUR PO-SADARPUR VIA- BARHARIA SIWAN6684
Prabhu Nath Mali INDBasketVILLAGE- BHRINGICHAK PO-SEMARIYA GOPALGANJ5557
Madhuri Panday SJTPLetter BoxVILLAGE - FATEHPUR HOSPITAL BYPASS ROAD SIWAN SIWAN4816
Dr. Muneshwar Prasad INDPressure CookerVILLAGE- MAHMUDPUR PO-ANDER P.S. - ANDER SIWAN4238
Total Votes641910


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 60.46 MOHAMMAD SHAHABUDDIN 49.8 RJD  OM PRAKASH YADAV 33.56 JD(U)  
1999 71.79 M Sahabuddin 54.83 RJD  Amar Nath Yadav 36.34 CPI(ML)(L)  
1998 68.38 M.sahabuddin 49.24 RJD  Vijay Shankar Dubey 31.11 BJP  
1996 63.53 M. Sahabuddin 52.56 JD  Janardan Tiwari 25.95 BJP  
1991 63.76 Brishin Patel 51.27 JD  Umashankar Singh 27.55 JP  
1989 58.22 Janardan Tiwari 60.54 BJP  Abdul Gaffur 31.78 INC  
1984 54.01 Abdul Ghafoor 60.29 INC  Janardan Tiwari 27.04 BJP  
1980 46.95 M. Yusuf  39.34 INC(I)  Mrityunjay Prasad Verma 34.66 JNP  
1977 67.34 Mirtanjay Prasad Verma 74.87 BLD  Mohamad Yusuf 21.64 INC 


Siwan is the district headquarters of the Siwan district in the Indian state of Bihar. The Siwan is the birth place of india Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first president of republic of India, He was born in Ziradei Village. Siwan is one of large district in Bihar, actually it was earlier under Chapra(a district from where well known political leader of RJD Lalu Parsad Yadav and Rabri Devi belongs)but after some time it has been a separate district.

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Geography

Siwan (the old name Aligunj)is located at 25°08'N 83°53'E? / ?25.13°N 83.88°E? / 25.13; 83.88. It has an average elevation of 77 metres (252 feet).

Demographics

As of 2001 India census,Siwan had a population of 108,172. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Siwan has an average literacy rate of 63%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 69%, and female literacy is 55%. In Siwan, 15% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Education

By the education point of view, Siwan is emerging noticebly. DAV College(Under J.P. University) is famous for quality education, Islamia College, Ayurvedic Medical College, Siwan Engineering College(Incuding MBA, etc. Many affliated schools like DAV Public, Mahaviri Saraswati School, Emmanuel Mission High School and many more.
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